Owen is an editor and journalist with a background in software development and original in-depth reporting. Based in the Netherlands, Owen was previously Editor at The Next Web and Digital Director at VanMoof.
I switched from macOS to Windows two years ago—let's look at the good, bad and ugly of how far Windows 10 has come in that time.
How mobile apps allow trackers to follow you around invisibly
Google quietly added support for using two SIM cards at the same time for Pixel 3 in a software update—and it's a big deal.
Modern web development is a hellscape. Why are we doing this to ourselves?
Reading about privacy breaches? News sites are tracking your every move
This week, Frederique, Owen and Zach dive deep on Spotify's spat with Apple: is it fair that Apple takes 30% of each purchase? Then, we talk about the future of gaming ~in the cloud~ and much, much more.
Let's start calling notifications what they really are—interruptions—and force technology companies to take ownership over how they're affecting us.
It's one of the biggest traffic drivers on the web, but Google's policies about how to get into the index are opaque, and applied at random.
Looking for a new laptop for 2019? I've been hunting, testing and reviewing every quality Windows PC for a year, and these are the results.
The real, self-flying drone has finally arrived, and the future is way more fun than I ever thought it could be. Why fly yourself when the drone can do it for you?